|Affiliation: Righteous||Gender: Male||Weapons: Barehanded, Long Staff|
Shaolin Kung Fu is one of the most famous forms of martial arts in the world. In China, it is viewed as the grounds for martial arts.Template:Citation needed
The historical origin of Shaolin started in 464 CE, Batuo, a Dhyana Master who came to China from India to spread Buddhist teachings, saw that Mount Song resembled a lotus flower and wanted to establish a Temple within the "flower". The Emperor agreed to build a Temple to worship Batuo. The Temple, located at the bottom of Shaoshi Mountain, is covered with lush forests (Lin). So it was named, "Shao lin Temple".Template:Citation needed
Shaolin excel in external skills, and many of its disciples have become great masters in the world. The Shaolin uphold righteousness, and have a good reputation with the common people of China.Template:Citation needed
Notable members Edit
- Abbot Xuanhai: The Abbot of Shaolin. He frequently reminds his disciples to help others, spread kindness, and assist in rescuing people.
- Liaoyin: The Leader of Discipline Hall. He is from a noble family, and is very strict with his disciples.
- Liaochen: The Leader of Bodhi Hall. He comes from great poverty and is the most pious of all the disciples, as well as the most respected elder.
- Kongshan: A Monk in Arhat Hall. Until he found the Shaolin, he had been a leader in a group of bandits. He is straightforward, likes to laugh, and eat heartily.
- Jueneng: An usher in Shaolin Temple. Found on the steps in front of the gate, he has never left Shaolin and is very friendly, he always smiles at all who journey to Shaolin.
Each sect has its own rules and regulations, which lead to “Rule Points”, which, when they reach a certain level, incur sect penalties.
|Being dressed incorrectly||10 points|
|Drinking Alcohol||10 points|
|Killing Excessively (Infamy > 2000)||20 points|
|Kidnapping Players||10 points|
|Raiding Escorts||10 points|
|Breaking Players out of prison||30 points|
|Harming the same sect (including Guild War)||40 points|
When a player’s “Rule Points” exceed 100, and they enter a sect’s scene, they will be teleported directly to the sect; an animated punishment will be broadcast, the player’s Life (HP) will be halved and a strength weakening BUFF will be attached to them for a stipulated time period.
Martial Skills Edit
|Master:||Weapon: Long Staff||1st martial skill set||Attribute: Hard, external|
|Description: Group DPS, Area Control|
|Weituo Stick Skill|
|Master:||Weapon: Long Staff||2nd Martial Skillset||Attribute: Hard, external|
|Description: Powerful mobility and Single Target DPS|
|Long Style Boxing|
|Master:||Weapon: Barehanded||3rd martial skill set||Attribute: Hard, internal/external|
Description: Melee, Area Control
Internal skills Edit
|Master:||1st Internal skill||Attribute: Hard as Yang|
|Two Fingers of Zen Meditation|
|Master:||2nd Internal skill||Attribute: Hard as Yang|
|Arhat Demon-Subduing Skill|
|Master:||3rd Internal skill||Attribute: Hard as Yang|
|Master:||4th Internal skill||Attribute: Hard as Yang|
School UniformsEditConflicting images of uniforms. Needs confirmation.
Snail Games. "The Shaolin: Poster Men of Wushu." Age of Wushu. Snail Games USA, 2 Nov. 2012. Web. 12 Dec. 2012. <http://www.ageofwushu.com/news/view/28>.
Snail Game. "The Eight Schools." Age of Wushu. Snail Games US, 13 Dec. 2012. Web. 13 Dec. 2012. <http://www.ageofwushu.com/guide/view/4>.